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  • Article | Regulation
  • July 20th, 2012

Dodd-Frank Enters Its Terrible Twos

Has there ever been a more complex—or despised—piece of financial legislation than the Dodd-Frank Act, which will be two years old July 21?

  • Article | Regulation
  • July 18th, 2012

Dodd-Frank and Federal Preemption: The End Result

Many thought Dodd-Frank would change the standard that exempts national banks from state consumer financial laws. That hasn’t happened.

  • White Paper | Regulation
  • July 9th, 2012

When Doing “Less Badly” Isn’t Enough: Linking Regulation with Strategy in the Post Dodd-Frank Era

A recent report by Deloitte LLP discusses strategies to make an institution thrive post Dodd-Frank.

  • Article | Regulation
  • July 6th, 2012

What Regulators Want To See From Boards

Regulators at a recent Bank Director conference talked about how they viewed the audit committee, risk and regulation.

  • Article | Regulation
  • July 6th, 2012

Resolution Planning: Lessons Learned

What the first round of “living wills” teaches other big banks.

  • Article | Regulation
  • June 15th, 2012

What will JPMorgan’s trading goof mean for regulation?

JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s Jamie Dimon had to testify before Congress to explain his company's trading loss. There may be more at stake than just JPMorgan.

  • Article | Regulation
  • May 29th, 2012

Regulatory Guidance on Stress Testing: What Every Board Must Know and Should Do

Banks above $10 billion in assets must follow new stress testing guidance. Here’s what the guidelines say but also how community banks can apply them for strategic benefits.

  • Article | Regulation
  • May 16th, 2012

Confusion Reigns on Mortgage Compensation

Trying to figure out incentive pay for mortgage originators? Good luck.

  • Article | Regulation
  • May 1st, 2012

Fairness to Consumers Is the New Emphasis in Banking Regulation

Get ready. Even small banks and thrifts are going to be affected by a post-crisis shift in regulation toward what’s fair and transparent to consumers.

  • Article | Regulation
  • April 6th, 2012

The Impact of the JOBS Act on Banks

Some banks may save money if they don’t have to register their securities. The law also may provide an incentive to deregister public companies.